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Is going to Heaven a privilege or a right?

Going to heaven is a privilege.

Some people get to go to Heaven, but some people cannot go to heaven and they will go to Hell.

Going to Heaven is a privilege and NOT a right.

In other words, no one has the right to go to Heaven.

In other words, you do not have the Fundamental Right to go to Heaven.

It is clear in the Bible that people will be sent to eternal damnation in Hell, because going to Heaven is not a Fundamental Right of every human being.

God created Hell with eternal suffering and torment for a reason.  Bible clearly states that more people will go to Hell than to Heaven.  Narrow is the road….

Going to Heaven is a privilege and NOT a right.

The privilege to go to Heaven is denied to all homosexuals, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender people.

God denies entry to Heaven to all those who oppose God and support legalization of homosexuality in society, whether it is the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, or any other country in the world.  Going to Heaven is a privilege and NOT a right.

Should more federal judges be appointed from the Bible Belt and the Rust Belt?

Yes, more federal judges from the Bible Belt (South) and the Rust Belt (Midwest) should be chosen by President Donald Trump.

There are a lot of good Christians who follow the Bible in the Rust Belt and the Bible Belt.

White Working Class families in the Rust Belt want the Bible respected.

White Working Class families do not want their sons to become homosexuals.  Democratic push for gay rights is offensive to many American families.

Many jobs have gone to foreign countries under the Democratic power (Clinton, Obama).

Hatred against Clinton and the Democratic Party is strong among many White Working Class families.

Many Black Working Class families support Donald Trump’s presidency, because they believe that Obama lied to them and did not bring jobs to America’s inner-cities.

Coastal regions of the USA look down on the Rust Belt and the Bible Belt, because they love the Bible and want to follow it.

Christians in the Bible Belt and the Rust Belt work hard to defend the Bible in society.

It is important for President Donald Trump to elect federal judges from the Bible Belt and the Rust Belt in order to bring America back to God.

 

Why are there no Evangelical Christians in the United States Supreme Court?

Obviously, there is a serious problem when the nation’s top court, which decides on the matter of law and ethics for the whole country of the United States of america, does not have a single Evangelical Christian on the bench.

Evangelical Christian churches must repent to Christ the King for being followers, rather than leaders. 

Evangelical Christian leaders must repent to Christ the LORD for not guiding the Evangelical Christian churches to be the salt and light of the world and being moral leaders of the American society.

The fact that there are no Evangelical Christians on the United Supreme Court shows how selfishly evangelical Christians have lived in America – for themselves and not for Christ.  

Evangelical Christians have selfishly looked after their own personal interests, rather than put the interests of the Kingdom of Christ, first.  Some say, “It’s a lot of headache; let someone else do it!”  

This kind of running away from the responsibility of becoming leaders in society for Christ’s sake is a condemnation on the state of affairs of so-called Evangelical Christians in the United States of America.

Evangelical Christians must stop being selfish and avoiding leadership positions (“with lot of headaches”) and start living to take up responsibility and duty to lead the United States of America for the sake of Christ.

It is absolutely crucial that the majority of the United States Supreme Court become Evangelical Christians who submit to the authority of the Holy Bible.

Young Christians of today must try to be leaders of America to lead it back to Christ.  Churches must repent of their negligence and abnegation of duty to lead America toward Christ by encouraging Christians to become leaders of American government positions, judge positions, and economic leadership positions.

It is important to be a leader, rather than a follower of people who have no respect of Christ the King.

That is the proper way to celebrate Easter and remember what Christ has done for the Church.  We must work hard to put Evangelical Christians in every position of power and leadership in every branch of the United States government.

That is the way to fulfill the Great Commission and make United States of America into a disciple of Christ.

President Jerry Falwell, Jr, of Liberty University is right to endorse Donald Trump for United States President, because when Trump becomes the US President, he will appoint Evangelical Christians to the United States Supreme Court.

Danger with Ted Cruz is that he might appoint a non-Christian Jew to the United States Supreme Court, which will aid and abet in further de-Christianizing the United States Justice System and usher in more anti-Christian laws.